Kenyan children receive new rugby equipment from UK supplier

KCH rugby
2 of the KCH 'players of the day' enjoying their new rugby tops & balls. Photo: TwitterKenChildrenHome

Kenya Children’s Homes, a UK based charity which runs an orphanage, two schools and a girls rescue centre in Kenya have thanked Glasgow’s PSL Team Sports for their new rugby equipment.

The donation of rugby tops and balls from PSL Team Sports was made as part of their sports programme which they are developing at Jonathan Gloag Academy and Kenya Children’s Home.

The company supplies a wide range of schools and sports teams across Scotland and have committed to donating discontinued kit to the charity in Kenya on an ongoing basis.

Kenya Children’s Home

Kenya Children’s Home (KCH) was established by the Balcraig Foundation in 2002 when the Scottish charity took over the running of the former Thomas Barnardo House in Nairobi.

The orphanage is the flagship project of KCH and is home to up to 200 orphaned, destitute and abandoned babies and children at any one time.

Since its inception, KCH has grown significantly, extending its support far beyond the reach of the Nairobi orphanage, with the commencement and development of many other community projects throughout Kenya. These projects continue to enrich the lives of many hundreds of Kenyan children and adults every day.